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Shelly Cadora wrote a blog post about rolling out Segment Routing in an LDP/ISIS network a while ago - apologies - should have posted here earlier... This is also a great post about network automation using NSO in general.
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Every once in a while I get a craving to install and run some NSO examples just to keep my basic knowledge at a bare minimum. This time I responded to an ask to test out our updated NSO getting started guide. Downloading and installing is seldom an issue ... Read More
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Big thanks to all who attended and contributed to our second annual NSO Developer Connect in New York City. You all made it a truly great event! We literally had to remove the tables from the largest room at the Cisco Manhattan office to fit chairs for al... Read More
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There are more than one way to create a Generic REST NED. I will demonstrate one approach where a working and existing GENERIC REST NED is adapted to a new device. Here is a link to a video demonstration: https://youtu.be/oRb9Www5WJk Here is an article de... Read More
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You can get non-production NSO SW in two ways: Purchase lab server SW through Cisco’s NFR (Not for Resale) Program or…. Request access to download free NSO development SW Cisco NFR Partners can purchase 1-year-term lab server SW at 100% discount and up to... Read More
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Next week we'll be in The Hague attending SDN NFV World Congress (8th-12th October).You'll find us at booth B36 on Expo level 0 where we'll have lots of NSO content.In addition to our regular demos, we'll be using NSO to provision NFV service chains, and ... Read More
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We are really excited to announce that NSO is now available for download from DevNet for free for non-production use. There is a click-to-accept license that specifies the conditions for the download, but fundamentally you can do whatever you like with it... Read More
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Following the second annual NSO Developer Days conference in Stockholm, we are again hosting NSO Developer Connect in NYC. The common theme for these events is that we package up a smaller set of technical presentations from the NSO Developer Days with ex... Read More
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The NSO SDWAN CFP 1.2.0 release is available is now available on CCO under Network Services Orchestrator 4.7. The SDWAN CFP enables automation of Cisco SD-WAN (Viptela) networks that require multi-tenancy, large scale, dynamic creation of vManage/vSmart/v... Read More
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Please be advised that the vBranch 1.4.0 release is now available on CCO under Network Services Orchestrator 4.7. The NSO vBranch CFP provides automation for Software Defined Branch (SD-Branch). It enables creation and management of VNF (Cisco and 3rd par... Read More
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We are packing our tote-bags with NSO and Ansible modules to go to Ansiblefest 2018 in Austin, Texas on Oct 2-3. This is a continuation of (and a step up from) our presence and presentation at Ansiblefest last year when we launched our NSO modules. What's... Read More
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The Cisco SD-WAN team has been working with Learning@Cisco to create a comprehensive SD-WAN training course. The Getting Started module - all 8 hours of it(!) - went online this week. The course is available here: https://digital-learning.cisco.com/course... Read More
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Link to the NSO Developer Hub Just trying to see if we can get the community search to actually find something that directly links to the hub front page.
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Need help logging in or registering? The NSO Developer Hub uses Single Sign-On with Cisco.com, so if you already have a Cisco.com account, you won’t have to register again. Simply click “Sign in” and enter your credentials. You’ll be asked to accept the C... Read More
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What's my Community Display Name? User ID? User Name? We're glad you asked! It's certainly a bit confusing. When you sign up with Cisco.com, you're asked to create a User ID, which you can then use to sign in (or you can use your email address). On the Ci... Read More
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